2017

Christine Muttonen and Kristian Vigenin COPENHAGEN, 4 May 2017 – OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Christine Muttonen (MP, Austria) and Special Representative on the South Caucasus Kristian Vigenin (MP, Bulgaria) expressed regret about today’s announcement that it has not been possible to reach agreement to extend the mandate of the OSCE’s Office in Yerevan. The Office is expected to close in the coming months. “I regret the fact that

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Ad Hoc Committee Members briefed at the Kara Tepe refugee camp on Lesvos, Greece, 3 May 2017 ATHENS, 4 May 2017 – Greece has taken important steps towards improving conditions in migrant and refugee camps, but the disproportionate responsibility it is assuming underlines the urgent need for a cohesive, balanced and co-ordinated response to migration, said members of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly’s Ad Hoc Committee on Migration today. The Ad

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OSCE PA President Christine Muttonen COPENHAGEN, 23 April 2017 – OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Christine Muttonen (MP, Austria) responded today following a tragic incident today in Ukraine, in which an OSCE Special Monitoring Mission vehicle drove over a landmine resulting in the death of a patrol member and the injury of another. “Along with the whole OSCE family, I am deeply saddened by today’s news from Ukraine. The death of one of

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Economic and environmental committee leaders Nilza Sena, Artur Gerasymov and Marietta Tidei COPENHAGEN, 22 April 2017 – In observance of Earth Day 2017, leaders of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly’s economic and environmental affairs committee today highlighted the ongoing challenges to the planet requiring robust international responses. From water security and air pollution to biodiversity loss and deforestation to ocean acidification and

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COPENHAGEN, 7 April 2017 – OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Christine Muttonen (MP, Austria) responded to an apparent terrorist attack in Stockholm today with a statement of condemnation and condolences, expressing solidarity on behalf of the OSCE PA with the victims and the people of Sweden. “I condemn the attack in Stockholm in the strongest terms. Like the attack last week in St. Petersburg and a week before that in London, this

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COPENHAGEN, 3 April 2017 – Following an attack in St. Petersburg today that is being investigated by the Russian authorities as an act of terrorism, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly’s President, Austrian parliamentarian Christine Muttonen, offered condolences and strongly condemned the violence. “I was shocked and saddened to hear the news of the bomb blast in the St. Petersburg metro today, which has killed at least ten people and injured

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